Listen to all songs from the first season of the Netflix tv show Midnight Mass. A complete playlist.
Each song from the 7 episodes is equipped with a scene description, a time stamp and an audio sample. In the 1st season of Midnight Mass 10 songs can be heard.
Season 1 – Episode 1
Book I: Genesis
Season 1 – Episode 2
Book II: Psalms
Season 1 – Episode 3
Book III: Proverbs
Season 1 – Episode 5
Book V: Gospel
Season 1 – Episode 7
Book VII: Revelation
|Aftermath - The Newton Brothers|
Timestamp: 0:17 | Scene:
|Nearer My God To Thee - The Newton Brothers|
Timestamp: 0:56 | Scene: Song is heard at the end of the episode. The inhabitants sing this song. The island is burning brightly.
What’s the show about:
The small island community of Crockett Island lies isolated and cut off from the outside world in the middle of nowhere. For one young man (Zach Gilford), leaving his home was once a liberating blow. Now, as a disgraced man, he returns to Crockett. His arrival in town, however, is not the only surprise in store for the residents. Shortly after him, Father Paul (Hamish Linklater) shows up in the community, marking the beginning of mysterious events. More and more resentment and discord germinates between the otherwise peaceful residents, who are confronted with old secrets, hidden scars and dark conflicts. As tempers flare and bloody chasms become unavoidable, the returnee sets out to unravel the mystery surrounding Father Paul. However, the man of God knows how to use his protective power effectively.
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7 thoughts on “Midnight Mass Season 1 Soundtrack: All songs with scene descriptions”
Which score track is playing for the scan with Riley and Erin in the boat on episode 5.
Nearer My God to Thee. The song played by the Titanic orchestra as the ship sank.
Sure was didnt now if anyone picked tjat up.
That’s a myth started by a religious radio operator and propagated by several sensationalist journalists who knew it would fit in well with the whole subsequent melodrama.
It was picked up by film makers too.
The simple truth is they played upbeat waltz and ragtime pieces.
The final piece played being “ Songe d’Automne,” a then-current pop hit by British dance bandleader Archibald Joyce.
This comes from surviving eye witnesses.
Very poor reproduction of Neil Diamond’s amazing music.
Who sings the harmonies in the hymns? His voice is lovely
I’m also trying to find out who sang the hymns. Beautiful.